I notice old hardware -- not because I do any sort of construction -- but because I find it interesting how intricate even door hinges were made. It was all part of the artistry and character of a building. While my friend and I were still on the second floor of the Harmon building, we looked at how walls had been added or cut away, noting especially where an archway had been filled in and a door added. The line of the arch can still be seen where the seam, whether it was wood or the drywall, has separated. But my friend also made sure we were looking closer at the doors -- thus today's squint shot.